Icelynn is Tuesday's Tail - Tucson News Now

Icelynn is Tuesday's Tail

Icelynn is Tuesday's Tail

Icelynn (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography) Icelynn (Source: Ted Hewitt Photography)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Today's Tuesday’s Tail is Icelynn, a 1-year-old female pit bull mix. 

She was found by a good Samaritan near Speedway and Columbus back on Dec. 11, 2015 and brought to the Pima Animal Care Center.  

Icelynn has a lot of energy and loves to play fetch. She gets along with other animals and is partially leash trained and also knows how to sit on command and enjoys treats.  

When she is not too excited she will sit calmly next to you, most of her energy is due to being cooped up in a shelter kennel for far too long. 

She has been spayed, chipped, and vaccinated.  Due to her extended stay at PACC, her adoption fee has been waived, her new family will only need to pay the $16 license fee, so she can go home today!

Last week's 'Tail' Doc is still available for adoption. 

Please stop by PACC at 4000 N. Silverbell Road and see if Doc or Icelynn are a perfect fit for your family.

Icelynn is looking good today thanks to Wags My Tail.  To see other successful adoptions, thanks to an appearance on Tuesday's Tail click here.  For more photos of today's Tail check out the Ted Hewitt Photography Facebook page.

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